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RECKLINGHAUSEN Friedrich (Recklinghausen Friedrich Daniel, 1833 — 1910) — the German pathologist.


Ended in 1855 medical f-t Berlin un-that and un-that was an assistant in in-those pathologies of the same, worked under the leadership of R. Virkhov. Since 1864 professor and the department chair a stalemate. anatomy in Konigsberg, then in the Würzburg; since 1872 professor, and from 1883 to 1885 the rector Strasbourg un-that.

The largest scientific works of F. Reklingkhauzen are devoted a neurofibromatosis at, to a parathyroid osteodystrophy and a fibrous osteitis; these diseases and some other stalemate. processes are called by his name. It conducted the researches of rickets and osteomalacy which became afterwards classical. F. Rek-lingkhauzen developed a method of impregnation of fabrics silver and used it for studying limf, systems, investigated a structure limf, nodes and serous covers; found aletocytes of connecting fabric and made the assumption of their genetic relationship with leukocytes. One of the first described ability of leukocytes to absorb particles of colorants. Works F are known. Recklinghausen about an origin of purulent little bodies, a retrograde embolism, ischemia, spina bifida, about adenomioma of a uterus and fallopian pipes.

F. Reklingkhauzen created school, a cut L. Ashoff, M. B. Schmidt, H were representatives. M. Lyubimov, etc.

Works: Die Lymphgefasse und ihre Beziehung zum Bindegewebe, B., 1862; Uber die mul-tiplen Fibrome der Haut und ihre Beziehung zu den multiplen Neuromen, B., 1882; Die fibrose oder deformirende Ostitis, die Osteo-malacie und die osteoplastische Carcinose in ihren gegenseitigen Beziehungen, B.f 1891.

Bibliography: Kvitnitsky-Ryzhov Ue. N. Friedrich Reklingausen, Doctor, business, No. 8, page 140, 1960; Biographisches Lexikon der hervorragenden Arzte aller Zeiten und Volker, hrsg. v. A. Hirsch, Bd 4, S. 742, B. — Wien, 1932; Friedrich von Recklinghausen (1833 — 1910), German pathologist, J. Amer. med. Ass., v. 205, p. 94, 1968.

V. S. Paukov.